Supervisor Procedures

Supervisors Staff Evaluation Page

The Performance Excellence Program (PEP) Online System

  1. Performance Excellence (PEP) Online System Steps

    Additional Articles for Supervisors  

    Additional Resources:

    • EAP (Deer Oaks Employee Assistant Program) Website (
      • Log in and Password: AustinCCD
      • Click on "The Working Tab" and then click on "Effective Manager"
      • On the right hand side you will see the different types of categories you can find information on.

    A few questions you can ask employees when conducting reviews: (Taken from HR Specialist article, "7 Steps for effective, stress-free performance reviews".)

    • What accomplishments are you most pleased about?
    • What do you see as the major responsibilities of your job?
    • What do you consider your strong points?
    • In what areas do you feel you could do a more effective job?
    • What abilities would you like to improve?



For other Supervisor, Dean, and Department Chair online resources go to:


Upward Evaluation Timeline

Summer Prior

The evaluation process begins during the summer semester with goal-setting. Employees and supervisors will set goals by September for the upcoming semester.




Deadline for completion of goal setting.




Each supervisor should meet privately, but informally, with each employee to discuss progress towards goal achievement and to make any changes or updates needed. Any barriers preventing successful achievement of the goals should be addressed.




Employees fill out the Employee Evaluation of Supervisor Form. This form will be sent directly to the next level supervisor and will be used as feedback on your supervisor’s work performance evaluation.




Supervisors should conduct the annual performance review with employees and complete the Employee Performance Review Form.




All supervisors are evaluated by their next level supervisor using the Employee Performance Review Form. The Employee Evaluation of Supervisor forms that were completed in March should be utilized in assessing the supervisor’s performance.